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More harm than good? How messages that interrupt can make us vulnerable

Paper highlighting how constant interrupting messages and updates from computers and phones can impair cognitive functioning due to an effect called dual-task interference (DTI). DTI suggests that 2 tasks can only be performed in unison if there is a loss in overall performance. Constant messages, updates and alerts mean humans are constantly performing numerous tasks, thus performing poorly.




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